Code of Conduct
Note: The following content was last updated by Alisan Atvur on 11-January-2019. - AJRA
I help my clients, colleagues, and direct reports accomplish their goals by listening to their personal and professional needs.
I work when these individuals can have open and honest conversations.
I respect the the intention and documented terms of privacy agreements and intellectual property. I will not share information about current or former clients, direct reports, or colleagues unless I have written permission to do so before hand.
As a rule of thumb, I do not share criticism about a person until I have shared it with the person in reference.
When asked a direct question about my personal judgement, I will always tell the truth in a respectful and constructive manner, even if doing so may compromise my long-term relationship with the questioner. However, under no circumstance will I violate the confidentiality of my current and former colleagues, clients, and direct reports.
I have constructive relationships with individuals who are aware that I do not always agree with them. As long as my disagreements do not interfere with my personal ethics, I do everything I can to support my customers, colleagues, and direct reports.
I firmly believe in the golden rule. I strive to treat people the way I would want to be treated.
I strive to communicate honestly, respectfully, and directly.
Honesty & Honor